To equip and empower audiences (Syrian refugees and selected Jordanians) with relevant technical and hot/needed topics, knowledge, soft skill and entrepreneurship skills that will enable refugees and the Jordanian population to blend in the local market demand.
Name of leading organization Yarmouk University funded by HOBES (MADAD) Application setting: context Transferring E-business Fundamentals to Syrian Refugees (TEFSR) program aims to provide Syrian refugees with the necessary skills to start and operate e-commerce...
To provide a critical overview and analysis of the implementation of the work permit initiative for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
To update Socio-economic data in Jordan since the latest figures on poverty, food security, nutrition and related sectors pre-date the start of the current crisis in the (Berm).
Name and leading organization UNFPA, Osmangazi University. Target VG and type of host community Forcibly displaced women and girls. Objectives Socialize and re-build their social networks;Receive social support;Acquire contextually relevant skills;Access safe and...
To informe media workers in Turkey about the issues when dealing with forcibly displaced groups
To support and develop basic health services already provided by the Ministry of Health for the Syrians under temporary protection in Turkey.
To develop an easy-to-use tool for PTSD diagnosis: Used by staff members of service provider institutions for a first diagnosis of PTSD among refugees. A very short – 15 minutes – training enabled service providers to become familiar with the questionnaire, and consequently they could use this tool for monitoring PTSD symptoms among their clients.
Identification of stakeholders that made an identification of the practice Béla Soltész, Menedék - Hungarian Association for Migrants Criteria actors or stakeholder are using to assess them as a “good practice” Enabling the staff of the municipality for dealing with...
To enhance the integration of third-country nationals in the city of Budapest, by providing support for building the capacity of the local administration to develop and implement local integration strategies, to set up migration information points, and to establish partnerships with non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
To provide a complex assistance for refugees at various stages of the asylum procedure: Healthcare and social care to refugee families and minors at various locations (refugee reception centres, families’ temporary shelters, and reception facility for unaccompanied minors).
To offer individual casework and social counselling in Budapest focusing on the individual needs and problems of refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection (i.e. general support in communication between refugees and authorities, employers, flat owners and utility companies in order to prevent or manage intercultural or language conflicts, as well as legal counselling to refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection).
To enhance the accessibility of services for different immigrant groups: bridging an information gap between local governance and civil society members (service providers)
Reinforcement of quality primary and secondary health care, reinforcement of communicable diseases monitoring, early warning and response system, and equipping health facilities and supplying vaccines and medicines
To make sure that the rights of trafficking victims are enforced and fulfilled and in the case of asylum seekers, provide tailored reception services.
COI: High-quality and up-to-date country of origin information for all actors involved in asylum cases
To secure easy and fast access to high-quality and up-to-date country of origin information for all actors involved in asylum cases, contributing to a fair, effective and efficient refugee status determination procedure.
To collaborate with the Municipality in providing the necessary support to foreigners, individuals and associated to enable the effective exercise of all forms of participation or access to laws and regulations documents for residents.
To raise public awareness on human rights issues, inform vulnerable social groups such as migrants about their rights and assist in court for free those who turn to them for help.
To offer general and specialist medical care for asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection as well as psychiatric treatment.
Integral and Emergency Reception Program for People and Families in Temporary Protection Regime in Spain and Migrants in Extreme Vulnerability Situation in the Municipal Shelter of Mejía Lequerica
To provide emergency accommodation and basic needs coverage at the Mejía Lequerica Shelter, to international protection applicants and migrants in situations of vulnerability or social emergency during their stay in the city of Madrid.
To collect the resources offered by the 21 districts of Madrid; but it has a vocation of being replicated in other locations: Mapping of free resources and autonomous access for refugees and migrants
To Promote supportive relationships between local and migrant citizens, through close and personal support that gives refugee and migrant people new tools for social inclusion. The model is based on the company and active listening, favoring a stable relationship over time
To improve the quality of life, social cohesion and territorial rebalancing in the Districts of Centro, Chamberí and Tetuán, through the regeneration of the urban environment and the dignification of the common space.
CON-VIVIENDO the municipality: a process of inclusion of refugees in the municipalities of the Community of Madrid
To promote the processes of inclusion of applicants for international protection in the municipalities of the Community of Madrid, improving access to housing, social rights and general services in equal opportunities.
To encourage family recovery and autonomy (self development) through temporary accommodation as part of the integration and stabilizing process.
To provide attention to newly arrived immigrants, immigrants with a long process of staying in Spain with difficulties or doubts when carrying out administrative procedures, both social and legal, and native population, in general, mixed marriages or people who want to employ people in irregular or nationalized situations.